The Chicago concert scheduled for Saturday night, May 18th is STILL ON.

However, the venue has changed as it will move from the McGrath Amphitheatre to the U.S. Cellular Center. Those who've purchased tickets for the show are being notified and the original tickets will be valid. Forecast inclement weather---including the chance of rain, thunderstorms and lightning that evening--was given as the reason.

VenuWorks Executive Director Michael Silva stated:

The safety of our patrons and staff is our number one priority, and the increased risk of lightning strikes and substantial rainfall predicted for Friday into Saturday evening is concerning. We feel this move will be to the benefit of our patrons and the artist.

To repeat, the previously scheduled Chicago concert is moving FROM the McGrath Amphitheatre TO the U.S. Cellular Center Saturday night.

The concert starts at 8 p.m. Tickets are still available through Ticketmaster and U.S. Cellular Center box office.

If you're confused about seating with the venue change, a post was put up on the Chicago concert event page on Facebook noting the following info:

We have gotten a lot of question regarding how seating will work in the new setup. A revised map can be found here -

- Orchestra + Terrace B tickets WILL BE reserved
- Terrace A, rows 1-3 will now be in section 110
- Terrace A, rows 4-6 will now be in section 109
- Terrace C rows 1-3 will now be in section 103
- Terrace C rows 4-6 will now b in section 104
- Lawn E is on the floor
- Lawn C, D, F & G are in sections 105-108; 204-206 & 216-218
- GA are in the remaining sections

Plenty of friendly staff will be on hand to help you locate your seat. More information is available at the VenuWorks event website.

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